Notes by the Way (Notices from the Editor)

  • Miss Rose Coombe RIP
  • Denis Winter's Haig

The Camera Returns (14) Caestre, nr Hazebrouck by Bob Grundy and Steve Wall

Southern Irish Regiments

'1940' The 1990 Presidential Address delivered by the Honorary President John Terraine 

The 47th Division

An American Neurosurgeon on the Western Front: Lt. Col Harvey Cushing by William C. Hannigan, MD, PhD

War Art: 'The Great War' Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture by David Cohen 

The Mystery of Major Kent by John S Sly

Clipstone Camp

Roll of Honour: Thirteen Veteran Members remembered

Our Hearts That Died by B Cory Kilvert JR

  • Private Albert Armitage (1884-1914)

The Home Front (23) War Comes to the Capital

What is a Cavalry Regiment? by Ronald Clifton 

Behind the Lines (18) The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps - the WAACs

The Battles of the Somme and the Battle that Never War by Joy B Cave

Communication Lines (Letters to the Editor)

  • Klerkham
  • William Noel Hodgson

Garrison Library (First World War Books reviewed by Bob Wyatt unless otherwise stated)

  • Grimsby Chums. The Story of the 10th Lincolnshires in the Great War by Peter Bryant (reviewed by Bob Butcher)
  • The Victoria Cross Roll of Honour by James W Bancroft (reviewed by Bob Butcher)
  • Ivor Gurney - Collected Letters by R K R Thornton
  • Women's Factory Work in World War I by Gareth Griffiths
  • Mons. The Retreat to Victory by John Terraine
  • Anti-German Sentiments in Kingston upon Hull by D G Woodhouse (reviewed by Dennis Pilger)
  • The Suicide Battalion: the 46th Canadian Infantry in the Great War by James L. McWilliams and R J Steel  
  • An Air Fighter’s Scrapbook by Ira Jones

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